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Author Karamanis, Nikiforos
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Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword English Resource ♦ Current System ♦ Multilingual Ida ♦ Greek Nominal Morphology ♦ Natural Language Generation System ♦ Overall Architecture ♦ Noun Morphological Component ♦ Greek Word ♦ Specific Language Domain ♦ Classification-based Natural Language Generation System ♦ Complex Morphological System ♦ Proper Realisation ♦ Greek Natural Language Generation System ♦ Greek Noun ♦ Basic Aspect ♦ Classification-based Knowledge Representation System ♦ Greek Lexicon
Description in Proceedings of the 14 th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, 20-22 April 2000. Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, School of English, Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki
This paper presents the Noun Morphological component of a Greek Natural Language Generation system which is based on a current system for English called IDAS. First, I describe the methodology that I followed in order to develop the Greek Lexicon and Grammar, using I1, IDAS's classification-based knowledge representation system. After presenting the basic aspects of I1 and the overall architecture of IDAS, I give an exposition of how classification is used in order to tackle the complex morphological system of the Greek noun and I describe the way that the proper realisation of Greek words is derived. On the basis of these examples, I conclude with an attempt to estimate the feasibility of using classification in order to create Natural Language Generation systems for other languages, on the basis of the existing English resources. Thus, the Greek Natural Language Generation system can be viewed as a contribution towards a multilingual IDAS, which sheds light on what parts of the generator are language independent and which are firmly based within a specific language domain.
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